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DR AGNES MUNDE OYWAYA-NKURUMWA

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SENIOR LECTURER
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Phone Number
+254721220363
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+254734028141
Division / Faculty
Faculty of Education and Community Development Studies
Directorate / Dept
DEPT. OF AGRIC. EDUC. AND EXT.
Egerton University, Njoro Campus
Office Extension No.
3438/3428
Address
P.O. BOX 536-20115 EGERTON
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

PhD and MSc. in Agricultural Extension, Egerton University (2009)

MSc. in Agricultural Extension, Egerton University (1995)

BSc. in Agricultural Education and Extension, Egerton University (1990)

FIELDS OF SPECIALIZATION
  • Agricultural Extension - Diffusion and Adoption of Agricultural Innovations, Extension Approaches and Methodologies, Programme Planning and Implementation, Women and Youth in Agriculture
  • Agricultural Innovtion Systems and Multistakeholder processes in Agriculture
WORK EXPERIENCE

Feb 2014 to date: Senior Lecturer, Department of Agricultural Education and Extension, Egerton University, Njoro.

March 2006 to Feb 2014: Lecturer, Department of Agric. Education & Extension, Egerton University, Njoro.

August 1995 to March 2006: Assistant Lecturer, Department of Agric. Education & Extension, Egerton University.

October 1990 to August 1992: Teaching Assistant, Department of Agric. Education & Extension, Egerton University.

June 1990 to September 1990: Graduate teacher, Meteitei Secondary School, Nandi, Kenya: Employed by the Teachers Service       Commission to teach Agriculture and Biology.

KEY PROJECTS
  1. July 2017- date: Co-researcher in Community Action Research Programme (CARP+) project on Enhancing Access to High Quality Seed Potato for Improved Productivity and Income of Smallholder Farmers in Nakuru County, Kenya. Sponsored through the Regional Universities Forum for Capacity Building in Agriculture (RUFORUM).
  2. 2018: Review of University policies on Research; Consultancy; Publications; Extension & Outreach; and Intellectual Property Rights.
  3. Preparation of the Egerton University Community Engagement Strategy:
  4. Nov 2012- October 2013: Co-researcher in Promoting Production and Utilization of under-utilized vegetables among Maasai agro-pastoralists in Kajiado and Narok counties.
  5. July 2013: Team member in Production of Farmer to farmer training video on ‘Rabbit House Production’. Hosted on www.accessagriculture.org.
  6. 2013-Feb 2014: Production of Farmer to farmer training video on ‘Housing of Quails’. Hosted on www.accessagriculture.org.
  7. Sep-Dec 2014: Two videos for Farmer to farmer training: i) ‘Handmilking of Dairy Cows’ ii) ‘How to Make Yoghurt’. Hosted on www.accessagriculture.org.
  8. Jan-Dec. 2015: Two videos for farmer to farmer training: i) How to Locate Bee hives ii) How to Care for Dairy Calves. Hosted on www.accessagriculture.org.
RESEARCH INTERESTS
  • Improving extension services for smallholder farmers,
  • Promoting participation of woment and youth in agriculture through agricultural extension, 
  • Enhancing diffusion and adoption of agricultural innovations
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
  1. Agbolosoo J.A., Kariuki I.M., Bett H.K., and Nkurumwa A.O. (2021). Effect of Entrepreneurial Behaviour on Small Scale Potato Farm Performance: Evidence from Kenya. Accepted for Publication in African Journal of Agricultural Research, 7th May, 2021
  2. Waaswa A., Oywaya-Nkurumwa A., Kibe A.M., and Ng’eno J.K., (2021). Climate-Smart agriculture and potato production in Kenya: review of the determinants of practice. Climate and Development, DOI: 10.1080/17565529.2021.1885336. https://doi.org/10.1080/17565529.2021.1885336
  3. Kereto J.K., Nkurumwa A. and Obara J. (2021) Knowledge Pathways for Transmission and Preservation of Indigenous Technical Knowledge in Livestock Protection in Loita Ward Of Narok County. International Academic Journal of Education & Literature ISSN Print : 2708-5112 | ISSN Online : 2708-5120. https://www.iarconsortium.org/journal-info/IJEL
  4. Ogweno P.O., Kathuri N.J. and Nkurumwa A.O. (2021). Effects Of Problem Based Learning Method And Demonstration Teaching Method On Secondary Students Agriculture Achievement In Ndhiwa Sub County, Kenya. African Journal of Education and Practice ISSN 2519-0296 (online) Vol.7, Issue 2. No.1. pp 1 - 17, 2021.
  5. Mbori P.O., Ombati J.M., and Nkurumwa A.O. (2019). Influence of Gender and Age of Teachers of Agriculture on Classroom Diversity Management in Secondary Schools in Homa Bay County, Kenya. International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR). Volume 8 Issue 8, August 2019. Pp 1235-1243. https://www.ijsr.net/archive/v8i8/ART2020430.pdf
  6. Amwine, L, Nkurumwa, A. O, Mulu-Mutuku, M.W. (2019). Socio - Economic Factors that Influence Adoption of Clean Seed Potato (Solanum tuberosum) by Small Scale Farmers in Njoro, Kenya. The Authentic Knowledge: African Journal of Pure and Applied Science Research
  7. AJPASR - ISSN 2618-0626-p, 2618-0634-e Volume 1, Issue No.1, Pp 1-7.
  8. Ombasa V.M., Nkurumwa A.O., and Ng’eno J.K. (2020). Influence of Market Information Communication Channels on the Production of High-Value Crops among Smallholder Tree Tomato Farmers in Ol’kalou Sub-County. International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management VIII, Issue 11, pp 355-366. Nov 2020.
  9. Ogweno, P.O., Kathuri, N.J.., and Nkurumwa, A.O. (2021). Effects of Problem Based Learning Method and Lecture Teaching Method on Academic Achievement of Students. In: Education Quarterly Reviews, Vol.4, No.1, 188-198.
  10. Kereto J.K., Oywaya-Nkurumwa A., and Obara (2021). Extent of Use of Indigenous Technical Knowledge in Livestock Protection among the Maasai of Loita Ward of Narok County, Kenya. World Journal of Innovative Research (WJIR) ISSN: 2454-8236, Volume-10, Issue-2, February 2021 Pages 29-37.
  11. Sebotsa K.O., Nkurumwa A., and Kyule M. (2021). Effect of Utilization of Social Media Platforms on Youth Participation in Agriculture in Njoro Sub-County, Kenya. International Journal of Agricultural Extension. 08 (03) 2019. Pp 235-250 DOI: 10.33687/ijae.008.03.3400
  12. Peter Maina P., Munyua C.N. & Nkurumwa A. (2021). Influence of Women’s Participation in Self-Help Groups on their Access to Credit in Tigania West Sub-County. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JHSS) Volume 26, Issue 1, Series 2 (January. 2021) 32-45
  13. Agbolosoo J.A., Kariuki S.M., Bett H.K., & Nkurumwa A.O. (2021) . Factors Influencing Choice of Differentiation Strategy among Small-Scale Potato Enterprises in Nakuru County, Kenya. The Authentic Knowledge: African Journal of Pure and Applied Science Research AJPASR - ISSN 2618-0626-p, 2618-0634-eVolume 2, Issue No.1, 2021
  14. Nzomo E.M., James Obara and Nkurumwa-Oywaya A. (2020). Attitude of Students towards Lecture Teaching Methods in Agriculture in Secondary Schools in Mukaa Sub-County of Makueni County, Kenya. World Journal of Research and Review (WJRR) ISSN: 2455-3956, Volume-11, Issue-2, August 2020 Pages 29-32
  15. Kariuki M.W., Nkurumwa A.O., and Ombati J.M. (2020). Types of Agribusiness Enterprises among the Beneficiaries of Youth Enterprise Development Fund in Nakuru County, Kenya. International Journal of Social Science and Technology 5 No. 3 July 2020. Pp 25-33.
  16. Kariuki M.W., Nkurumwa A.O., and Ombati J.M. (2020). Case Study of Successful Youth in Agribusiness in Kenya. International Journal of Social Science and Technology ISSN: 2415-6566 ijsstr.com. Pp 34-38
  17. Magogo J.R., Lawver D.E., Baker M.T., Boren-Alpizar A., McKenney C., Nkurumwa A.O. (2020). Spatial Patterns of African Indigenous Vegetables Value Chain Actors: The Case of Narok and Kajiado County, Kenya. American Journal of Geographic Information System 2020, 9(2): 47-54 DOI: 10.5923/j.ajgis.20200902.01.
  18. Nkurumwa, A., Mulwa, R., Cheruiyot J., Amwine, L and Bundi, D (2019). Enhancing Research Skills and Experiential Learning: A Case Study of Egerton University Staff and Students. In Enhancing Potato and Cassava Value Chains Performance: Voices from the Field: Pp 42-47 RUFORUM. http://www.ruforum.org/MCF/sites/default/files/documents/Voices_From_The_Field_Vol.2_Press.pdf
  19. Maina P., Munyua C.N., and Nkurumwa A. (2019). Influence of Participation in Self-Help Groups on Self Confidence of Women in Tigania West Sub-County, Meru County, Kenya. Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JHSS) Volume 24, Issue 8, Ser. 10 (August. 2019) 69-77. DOI: 10.9790/0837-2408106977
  20. Thuo C.M., NkurumwaO. and Ombati J.M. (2019) Farmers’ Perception on Acceptability of Improved Sugarcane Varieties in Kakamega County. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal Vol.6, No.7 Publication Date: July 25, 2019 DoI:10.14738/assrj.67.6766. Pp 223-332.
  21. Seroney, E.K., Obara, J. and Nkurumwa, A.O. (2019). Influence of drought tolerant crop farming on food security in ASALs Kenya: A case of Tambach Division, Elgeiyo Marakwet County. Journal of Advanced Research, Vol 1, No. 1, advarj.com Journal of Advanced Research, Vol 1, No. 1
  22. Thuo C.M., NkurumwaO. and Ombati J.M. (2019). Relationship between Farmers’ Participation in Technology Development and Dissemination Processes; and Acceptability of Improved Sugarcane Varieties in Kakamega County. International Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension. Vol. 5(2), pp. 242-251, June, 2019.
  23. Nyasulu, L., Mulu-Mutuku M. W & Nkurumwa A.O (2019). Participation of Small-Scale Farmers in Collective Marketing of Potato in Molo Sub County, Nakuru County, Kenya. The Authentic Knowledge: African Journal of Pure and Applied Science Research AJPASR - ISSN 2618-0626-p, 2618-0634-e Volume 1, Issue No.1, 2019. ISSN 2618-0626-p, 2618-0634e
  24. Almekinders, C.J.M., Beumer K., Hauser M., Misiko M., Gatto M., Nkurumwa A.O., and Erenstein O. (2019). Understanding the relations between farmers’ seed demand and research methods: The challenge to do better. Outlook on Agriculture 1–6 2019; DOI: 10.1177/0030727019827028 journals.sagepub.com/home/oag.
  25. Mbiuki W.N., Nkurumwa A.O., Ombati J.M. (2018): Influence of Fish Farming Enterprise Productivity Training Programme on Adoption of Inland-Based Pond fish Farming in Meru South Sub-County, Kenya. Journal of Agriculture and Veterinary Science (IOSR-JAVS) e-ISSN: 2319-2380, p-ISSN: 2319-2372. Volume 11, Issue 3 Ver. III (March 2018), PP 75-78
  26. Kyule M.N. Nkurumwa A. O., and Konyango J.J.O. (2018). Teachers in the Implementation of Practical Agriculture Curriculum in Kenya’s Arid and Semi-arid secondary Schools. Problems of Education in the 21st Century76(4):533-543. DOI: 33225/pec/18.76.533
  27. Wasike A.J., Ombati J.M. and Oywaya-Nkurumwa A. (2018). Perceptions of Teachers on the Use of ICTs as a Teaching and Learning Tool in Secondary School Agriculture in Bungoma County, Kenya. Educational Technology. elixirpublishers.com
  28. Taiy R.J., Onyango C., and Nkurumwa A. (2017). Climate Change Challenges and Knowledge Gaps in Smallholder Potato Production: The Case of Mauche Ward in Nakuru County, Kenya. International Journal of Agricultural Science and Research (IJASR) ISSN(P): 2250-0057; ISSN(E): 2321-0087 Vol. 7, Issue 4, Aug 2017, 719-730
  29. Taiy R.J., Onyango C., Nkurumwa A. and Ngetich K. (2017). Socio-economic Characteristics of Smallholder Potato Farmers in Mauche Ward of Nakuru County, Kenya. Universal Journal of Agricultural Research 5(5): 257-266, 2017 http://www.hrpub.org DOI: 10.13189/ujar.2017.050502
  30. Taiy R.J., Onyango C., Nkurumwa A. Ngetich K., Birech R., Freyer B., and Ooro P. (2017). The Collective Learning Community for Climate Change Adaptation in Mauche Ward of Njoro Sub-county, Kenya. Universal Journal of Agricultural Research 5(2): 164-175, 2017 http://www.hrpub.org DOI: 10.13189/ujar.2017.050212
  31. Kataka E., Onyango C.A. and Nkurumwa A. (2016). Factors Influencing Sustainability of Cereal Banks among Maize Farmer Groups in Kimilili Sub-County, Kenya. International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management. IV, Issue 10, October 2016 Licensed under Creative Common Page 599 http://ijecm.co.uk/ ISSN 2348 0386.
  32. Kyule M. N., Konyango, J. J. J. O, and Nkurumwa A.O. Irony in The Teaching of Agriculture In Kenya’s Arid and Semi Arid Secondary Schools: The Students’ and Teachers’ Perspective. International Journal of Innovative Research and Advanced Studies (IJIRAS) Volume 3 Issue 10, September 2016. ISSN: 2394-4404
  33. Taiy R.J., Onyango C., Ngetich K., Nkurumwa A., Birech R., and Ooro P. Potato Value Chain Analysis in Mauche Ward of Njoro Sub-County, Kenya. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science 6, No. 5; May 2016.
  34. Kyule M. N., Konyango, J. J. J. O, and Nkurumwa A.O. Challenges in The Implementation of Secondary School Agriculture Curriculum in Kenya’s Arid and Semi Arid Counties: The Student’s Perspective. International Journal of Innovation and Applied Studies 15 No. 4 May 2016, pp. 768-778 ISSN 2028-9324. http://www.ijias.issr-journals.org/
  35. Mshenga P.M., Saidi M., Nkurumwa A.O., Magogo J.R., and Oradu S.I. (2016) Adoption of African indigenous vegetables into agro-pastoral livelihoods for income and food security. Journal of Agribusiness in Developing and Emerging Economies, Vol. 6 Iss 2 pp. 110 – 126, 2016.
  36. Taiy R.J., Onyango C., Ngetich K., Nkurumwa A., Birech R., Freyer B., and Ooro P. (2015). Analysis of Rural Livelihood Challenges and Options under Climate Change Pressure in Kenya. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science 5, No. 10(1); October 2015.
  37. Mucoki S.W. and Nkurumwa A.O. (2015). Agricultural Extension Reforms in Kenya: Promoting Agri-business through Value Chains. Journal of Agricultural Extension Management, Vol. XVI No. 2; July-December 2015.
  38. Magogo, J. R., Mshenga, P. M., Saidi, M. Nkurumwa, A. and Oradu, S. I. (2015). Determinants of Choice of Marketing Outlets for African Indigenous Vegetables among the Agro-Pastoral Maasai of Narok and Kajiado Counties of Kenya. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development. ISSN 2222-1700 (Paper) ISSN 2222-2855 (Online) Vol.6, No.8, 2015.
  39. Kyule M. N., Konyango, J. J. J. O, and Nkurumwa A.O. (2015) Promoting Evergreen Agriculture Among Secondary Schools in Arid and Semi-Arid Lands of Kenya International Journal of Scientific Research and Innovative Technology 2 (3): March 2015.
  40. Ongang’a P. O, Nkurumwa A. O and Dr. Konyango J. J. O. (2015). Factors Related to Secondary School Students’ Choice of Agriculture Subject in Uriri Sub-County, Kenya. IOSR Journal of Research & Method in Education (IOSR-JRME) e-ISSN: 2320–7388,p-ISSN: 2320–737X Volume 5, Issue 2 Ver. III (Mar - Apr. 2015), PP 46-55
  41. Amudavi D.M., Ombati J.M., Nkurumwa A.O. and Ngigi M.W. Technical, Economic and Social Gaps and Information Needs among Smallholder Farmers in Practice of Ecological Organic Agriculture in Kenya. International Journal of Agricultural Innovations and Research Vol 3 (1). July 2014.
  42. Wambugu S.G., Mwangi J.G. and Nkurumwa A. O. Relationship between Access to Agricultural Credit and Rabbit Production among Smallholder Farmers in Subukia, Nakuru County, Kenya. International Journal of Social Sciences and Entrepreneurship Vol.3, Issue 1, 2014. Http://Www.Ijsse.Org ISSN 2307-6305 Page 404-415.
  43. Nkurumwa A.O. and Mucoki S.W. Agricultural Extension in Kenya: Lessons from India’s Agricultural Extension Service. Hyderabad, India. Journal of Agricultural Extension management, Vo. XV(1). pp. 1-12. January-June 2014.
  44. Kyule M.N., Mwangi J.G. and Nkurumwa A. O.Indigenous Chicken Marketing Channels Among Small-Scale Farmers in Mau-Narok Division of Nakuru County, Kenya. International Journal of Social Sciences and Entrepreneurship Vol.1, Issue 9, 2014.
  45. Kirimi J., Mwangi J.G. and Nkurumwa A. O.Climate Change Challenges and Adaptation Strategies among the Pastoralists of Laikipia County, Kenya. International Journal of Agricultural Extension 01(01) 2013. 20-30.
  46. Andiema E., Amudavi D. and Nkurumwa A.O. “Socio-Economic Factors Influencing Adoption of Energy–Saving Technologies among Smallholder Farmers: The Case of West Pokot County, Kenya”. Accepted for publication in the International Journal of Agricultural Management and Development. Vol. 3 No. 4, December 2013.
  47. Konyango J.J.O., Ombati J.M. and Nkurumwa A.O. “Shaping Secondary School Agriculture: Stakeholders Influence on the. Implementation of Relevant and Sustainable Secondary School Agriculture Curriculum between 1959 and 2012.Accepted for publication in the Journal of Agricultural Research as Paper No. WOR/2013/080 on 31st October 2013.
  48. Nkurumwa A.O. (2013): Changing roles in the pursuit of alternative livelihoods among the Maasai agro-pastoralists in Kenya. In the Journal of Agricultural Extension Management, India, Vol.XIII –July – December 2013 No.2.
  49. Kamoni N., Ombati J.M. and Nkurumwa A.O. (2013): Implementation of Njaa Marufuku Kenya intervention in Kajiado County and the implications for food security. Accepted for publication in Academia Journal of Agricultural Research 1(1): xx-xx, May 2013, on May 15th 2013 and published in July 2013.
  50. Oywaya-Nkurumwa A. (2009) Socio-cultural and other Challenges in the Adoption of Agro-pastoralism among the Maasai of Narok North District, Kenya. PhD Thesis, Egerton University.
  51. Oywaya A. (1994). ‘Factors that Influence the Participation of Women Farmers in Agricultural Extension Programmes in Makueni District, Kenya. MSc Thesis, Egerton University
CONFERENCES & INVITED PRESENTATIONS
  1. 22nd -26th October 2018: RUFORUM Biennial Conference at KICC Nairobi, Kenya. Presented a paper on ‘Why do smallholder farmers fail to use certified seed potato? The case of Nakuru County, Kenya’.
  2. 24th November 2015: National Convention on ‘USAID -India -Africa Triangular training for Agricultural Extension functionaries from Kenya, Malawi and Liberia; held at KALRO Headquarters in Nairobi. Kenya.
  3. December 5th-8th 2013: International Conference on “Extension Educational Strategies for Sustainable Agricultural Development – A Global Perspective” held at the University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore, India. Presented two papers 1) The Potential of ICTs in Promoting Greenhouse Tomato Farming in Kenya. 2) Agricultural Extension in Kenya: Promoting Agri-business through Value Chains.
  4. August 28th-29th 2013: Conference on ‘Natural Capital, Resilience and Sustainable Development in Eastern Africa’ organized by the Ecological Society of Eastern Africa and held at the Kenya School of Government in Nairobi. Presented two papers 1) A Review of Studies on Ecological Organic Agriculture Conducted in Educational and Research Institutions in Kenya between 2002 and 2012: 2) Review of Ecological Organic Agriculture (EOA) Curricula in Educational and Agricultural Training Institutions in Kenya at The Kenya School of Government, Nairobi.
  5. National Seminar on “Futuristic Agricultural Extension for Livelihood Improvement and Sustainable Development” organized from 19th-21st January 2013 at Acharya N G Ranga Agricultural University, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India.
HONORS, PRIZE AND AWARDS
  1. September 2010:Awarded for the 5th Best presentation at the RUFORUM Second Biennial Conference in Entebbe, Uganda
TEACHING AREAS

PHD LEVEL

  • ARIS 9205: Innovations for Agricultural and Rural Development
  • ARIS 9205: Personal Mastery and Soft Skills

MASTERS LEVEL

  • AGEX 731: Extension Programme Planning and Implementation
  • AGRD 753: Agrienterprise Facilitation

UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL

  • AGED 331: Rural Sociology
  • AGED 332: Principles of Agricultural Extension
  • AGED 334: Extension Education
  • AGED 413: Management of Agricultural Information
  • AGED 435: Agricultural Extension and Rural Development
POSTGRADUATE SUPERVISION
MASTERS LEVEL :

Completed

  1. Lucky Nyasulu EM21/12028/17. Influence of Group Rules and Market Outlet Choices on Small Scale Farmers’ Participation in Collective Marketing of Potato in Molo Sub County, Nakuru, Kenya   MSc Community Studies and Extension. Egerton University, June 2021

  2. Peter Maina EM21/3763/1 Influence of Participation in Self-Help Groups on the Socio-economic Empowerment of Women in Tigania West Sub-County, Meru County, Kenya MSc Community Studies and Extension. Egerton University, June 2021

  3. Esther Mumbi Nzomo EM11/3236/12.  Attitude of Students Towards Selected Teaching Methods in Agriculture in Secondary Schools in Mukaa Sub-County of Makueni County, Kenya. MSc Agricultural Education, Egerton University, June 2021

  4. Lamech Amwine EM21/12025/17. Association Between Selected Social, Economic and Technology Related Factors and Adoption of Clean Seed Potato by Small Scale Farmers in Njoro Sub-County Nakuru, Kenya. MSc Community Development and Extension, Egerton University. (July 2020).
  5. Peter Mborih Otieno. EM11/3598/13.. Influence of Selected Teacher Demographic Characteristics on Diversity Management in Teaching of Agriculture in Secondary Schools in Homa Bay County, Kenya. MSc in Agricultural Education. Egerton University, July 2020.
  6.  William Njeru Mbiuki EM11/3214/12: Influence of Fish Farming Enterprise Productivity Training Programme on Adoption of Inland-Based Pond Fish Farming in Meru South Sub-County, Kenya. MSc in Agricultural Education (June 2019)
  7. Alex Juma Wasike EM11/3199/12: Perception of Teachers Towards Information and Communication Technologies as a Teaching Tool in Agriculture in Secondary Schools in Bungoma County, Kenya. MSc in Agricultural Extension (December 2018).
  8. Everlyne Kataka, EM12/2119/08: Factors Influencing Sustainability of Cereal Banks among Maize Farmer Groups in Kimilili Sub-County, Kenya. MSc in Agricultural Extension (December 2017)
  9. Josephine Muge EM11/3365/12: Effects of Students’ Learning Styles on their Achievement in Secondary School Agriculture in Eldoret East Sub County of Uasin Gishu County, Kenya MSc Agricultural Education (December 2017).
  10. Ongang’a Peter Odhiambo EM11/2879/11: Selected Factors Influencing the Choice of Agriculture Subject among Secondary School Students in Uriri Sub-county –Kenya. MSc in Agricultural Education (June 2016)
  11. Simon Gichohi Wambugu EM12/3116/11: The Influence of Selected Factors on Rabbit Production among Smallholder Farmers in Subukia District, Kenya. MSc in Agricultural Extension (December 2015).
  12. Jane Kirimi, EM12/2859/10: Exchange Visits as an Effective Extension Learning Strategy for Pastoralists Adaptation to Climate Change in Mukogondo Division of Laikipia North District, Kenya (July 2013)
  13. Miriam Nthenya Kyule, EM11/2975/11: Rearing Indigenous Chicken for Household Income among Small-Scale Farmers in Mau-Narok Division of Njoro District, Kenya. (July 2013).
  14. Kamoni Njoroge, (EM12/2630/10): The Influence of Njaa Marufuku Kenya Intervention on Food Security in Kajiado County. (Graduated in December 2013).
  15. Everlyne Chesang Andiema, EM12/2459/09: MSc Research on Factors Influencing Adoption of Energy-Saving Stove (Maendeleo) among Small Scale Farmers in Kapenguria Division, West Pokot County. (December 2013).
  16. Martha Wangari Kariuki (EM12/2827/10): Selected Factors Affecting Small-Scale Farmers Access to Agricultural Credit in Nakuru North District. (December 2012).

On-going MSc level Supervision

1. Andrew Waaswa EM12/13622/19 . Relationship Between Selected Factors and the Practice of Climate-Smart Agriculture Among Smallholder Potato Farmers in Gilgil Sub-County, Kenya. MSc Agricultural Extension, Egerton University.

2. Nancy Nyambura Njenga ESM11/00358/15 Influence of Membership in Young Farmers Clubs on Career Interest and Participation in Agriculture among Public Day Secondary School Students in Nakuru North Sub-County, Kenya MSc Agricultural Education, Egerton University

3. Daniel Kiangi Munyao  EM12/2354/09. Determinants of Smallholder Farmers’ Knowledge and Skills in Prevention of Aflatoxin Contamination on Maize in Kitui West Sub- County, Kenya. MSc Agricultural Extension. Egerton University

PhD. LEVEL :

Completed

  1. Caroline Muthoni Thuo. ED12/0409/12. Participatory Technology Development and Dissemination Processes in Relation to Acceptance of Improved Sugar Cane Varieties  among Small-Scale Farmers in Kakamega County, Kenya. Egerton University, June 2021
  2. Rael J. Taiy ED17/0367/12: Integrating Climate Change Adaptation Strategies into Smallholder Potato Production through a Collective Learning Community in Mauche Ward of Njoro Sub-County, Kenya. PhD in Agricultural and Rural Innovation Studies, Egerton University (December 2017).
  3. Miriam Kyule ED11/0472/14: Selected Factors Influencing Implementation of Secondary School Agriculture Curriculum in Arid and Semi-Arid Lands of Kenya: Case of Baringo, Makueni and Narok Counties. PhD in Agricultural Education (December 2017).
  4. Magogo Juma Riziki: Price Transmission and Integration of African Indigenous Vegetables Market: The Case of Narok and Kajiado County, Kenya. PhD in Agricultural Communications and Education, Texas Tech University, USA. (October 2018).

On-going PhD level Supervision

1. Martha Wangari Kariuki. ED12/04310/13 Influence of the Youth Enterprise Development Fund on Youth Participation in Agribusiness in Nakuru County, Kenya.  PhD in Agricultural Extension, Egerton University.

2. Josephat K. Kereto ED12/0475/14. Profiling Livestock Protection Indigenous Technical Knowledge for Integration with Information from Extension Service Providers among the Maasai of Loita Ward of Narok County, Kenya. PhD in Agricultural Extension, Egerton University.

3. Peter Oyier Ogweno ED11/04073/14. Effects of Problem Based Learning and Demonstration Teaching Methods on Student’s Academic Achievement in Secondary School Agriculture in Ndhiwa Sub County, Kenya. PhD in Agricultural Education, Egerton University.

OTHER SOCIETIES
  1. International Society of Extension Education: Life Member
  2. Kenya Professional Association for Women in Agriculture and Environment
REFEREES

Prof. Joseph Wamutitu

Dean, Faculty of Education and Community Studies

Egerton University

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Prof. Bocline O. Bebe

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Egerton University,

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Dr. Samuel Nduati

Chaplain, Egerton University

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